Multiple DWI Offenses Lawyer in Buffalo

Have you been charged with multiple DWI offenses? Don’t wait. Call now.

At the Law Offices of Norman Mattar, we aggressively defend people accused of DWI, including those with prior convictions. Our criminal defense lawyer, Norman Mattar, has more than 25 years of experience in the field of Criminal Law. Having represented numerous people arrested for DWI, he understands the factual and legal issues that can result in positive outcomes in such cases.

Trust our years of DWI defense experience

Sometimes good people make mistakes®. The stakes are simply too high not to have experienced and effective legal representation at this critical point in your life. When you retain the Law Offices of Norman Mattar, we will conduct a comprehensive investigation of the circumstances leading to your arrest. Whenever possible, our goal will be to obtain a dismissal of charges or a reduction.

Norman Mattar stands ready to fight for your rights and freedom. Call us at 716-633-4300 to schedule a free consultation. Phones are answered 24 hours each day, 7 days a week.

New York State has harsh DWI penalties

Having a prior DWI conviction on your record will increase penalties, should you be convicted for DWI again.

What happens if you are charged with multiple DWIs?

  • A first-time DWI offense will result in the suspension of your driver’s license for six months.
  • A conviction for a second DWI offense will result in a one-year suspension. In addition, you will have to complete an alcohol assessment/rehabilitation program and incur additional penalties and costs.
  • If your second DWI conviction occurred within five years of your first DWI, you will have to have an Ignition Interlock Device installed on your car and serve five days in jail or provide 30 days of community service. Additionally, if your second offense is a Felony DWI, you could be sentenced to up to four years in prison.
  • Penalties for third and fourth DWI convictions increase in severity.

In recent years, there has been a tendency in New York and other states to increase drunk driving penalties. If you are ever convicted of drunk driving again, even in another state, you could face even greater penalties. This is all the more reason why you should try to avoid a conviction now, if that is possible.

Contact a Multiple DWI Offenses Attorney in Buffalo

Schedule a free consultation with an experienced Buffalo DWI Defense Attorney. Call the Law Offices of Norman Mattar at 716-633-4300.